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 Drivers for atl1e NIC 
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sergep wrote:
Regarding the repository, may be it's reasonable to create an SVN and join all sources in it? And put all other things usable for oem package (like wget) to the rep also?
And connect the build system for this SVN to the "Linux:Bash script to create a custom installation ESXi4"?

It's just is my suggestion! :lol:

The problem: :x
Several oem.tgz files, mixed drivers, no sources, etc.

Solution: :idea:
* One SVN repository with: binary drivers + extendend simple.map + binary tools + source drivers + build scripts + READMEs
* Some scripts to create automatically custom OEM.TGZ files from SVN repository

Someone agree? :?:


Fri Jan 29, 2010 1:44 am
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danisoto wrote:
Solution:
* One SVN repository with: binary drivers + extendend simple.map + binary tools + source drivers + build scripts + READMEs
* Some scripts to create automatically custom OEM.TGZ files from SVN repository


@danisoto: I agree! but it seems for ESXi there are only few skilled people that have to do all the work...

Well, going back to business..
@sergep: can you post the oem.tgz file for us newbies? Thanks!


Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:13 am
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sergep wrote:
Regarding the repository, may be it's reasonable to create an SVN and join all sources in it? And put all other things usable for oem package (like wget) to the rep also?
And connect the build system for this SVN to the "Linux:Bash script to create a custom installation ESXi4"?

Regards,
Serge


I guess my script can be changed to that.

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Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:31 am
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I think Varazir' script can be an useful tool, but it's better to build a separate repository where people can download the stuff that needs...

If someone can post an atl1e oem.tgz file it will be perfect
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M


Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:07 am
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2 mquadro: atl1e-oem.tgz is attached to the first msg in this thread.

Varazir' script will be great for selection of drivers / additional software to be included into the oem.tgz, it just should be modified to use this centralized repo as a source.

Next step should be to add web interface and get something like TS-O-Matic (http://tsomatic.agarwal-associates.com/index.php) :lol: (kidding)

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Serge


Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:28 am
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Hi Serge,
sorry, I remember that in first topic there were only source files to compile...
thanks, hope it works on my Acer laptop!
Bye
M


Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:46 am
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2 mquadro: keep us informed.


Mon Feb 08, 2010 8:37 am
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sergep wrote:
2 mquadro: keep us informed.


Hi again,
no mway to make NIC working in my laptop (Acer Aspire Timeline 1810T).
The NIC it's a little bit different from atl1e, but I use that driver in my CentOS linux box.
Edited simple.map & pci.ids with correct values
attansic ....
01:00.00
class:0200
vendor:1969
device:1063

in unsupported mode lspci it seems to be vxnet0, but the driver wasn't correctly loaded...
Well, I give up b'se I'm working hard on my E6300 workstation, doing ESXi test there.
Thanks again
M


Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:12 am
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Maybe I found the problem:
In CentOS box I use an atl1C driver, instead of atl1E...
Hope this helps.


Tue Feb 09, 2010 3:22 am
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Sorry my english is not so good

I have a 2102 version of ASUS P5Q.
The oem.tgz I've deleted and the ATL1-oem.tgz in
oem.tgz renamed and inserted at this point.
But the nic is not detected.
vendor: 1969
Device: 1063


Mon Mar 01, 2010 12:09 pm
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